Safety is important when reporting on disasters, but journalists should also consider the consequences of catastrophes.
The Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism investigates.
Journalists in Zimbabwe attacked by activists while covering the recent elections.
More attention needs to be paid to how South African media practitioners portray foreign nationals in their platforms.
A Liberian organisation is galvanising volunteers to bring change to West Africa.
We honour the women writers who wielded the pen fearlessly against oppression.
Maya Fisher-French just walked away with her seventh financial journalism award. She shares her journey and tips to building a successful career.
It’s all grounded in good ethics.
Malawian activist and communicator is enabling journalists to tell stories that improve lives.
Communities need ongoing reporting on the climate crisis to inform and educate them about adaptation so they can prepare themselves for future disasters.
Media freedom and democracy: Africans in four countries weigh up thorny questions about state control
Democracies cannot survive without free media.
Protecting journalists should be high on the agenda.
May 3 marks 30 years since the UN declared the first World Press Freedom Day!
Artificial intelligence is here to stay, and journalists and media practitioners have to move with it.
Here are five smart and innovative ways to include it in your newsroom!
From AP to Bloomberg, AI is helping reporters work better.
It’s not as daunting as it may seem.
We have to make sure AI works for us instead of replace us.
Whistleblower protection in South Africa lags behind international standards and inadequately protects whistleblowers in some respects.
It all starts with a vision.